The Anti-Cellulite Diet: 5 eating rules to get rid of cellulite

July 3, 2009

Diets & Nutrition

1)No salt. It is much easier said than done. Salt is everywhere in the all the foods and it is what makes the food taste good. Salt is used on a massive scale by the food industry, and almost all the foods you buy have lots of salt in them. The salt you add to home cooked food is nothing compared to the salt found in foods that are highly processed. Stay away from fast food which is really salty. Cook your own food if you want to get rid of cellulite.

2)Eat proteins twice a day. Proteins are essential for a healthy body because they help the cells regenerate themselves. It is recommended that you eat lean meat, that is light and has no fats like fish, and chicken. You can grill or steam the meat before eating it. Add a raw salad and you have a feast.

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3)No sugar. Eating lots of sugar leads to new fat deposits. So avoid yielding to the temptation of eating sweets, cookies, chocolate and ice-cream. Read the labels before buying and eating a food. Many foods contain sugar, especially fast food and junk food. Don’t be fooled by the low fat advertizing when it comes to food. Usually the fats are replaced by sugar.

4)No coffee. Avoid drinking more than one cup of coffee per day. The combination of coffee with a no exercising leads to the contraction of the blood vessels. The blood circulation becomes less efficient and toxins get deposited in your body.

5)Eat more fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables help you detox your body, give you lots of healthy nutrients, and help you even lose weight. A diet rich in vegetables and fruits prevents the forming of fat deposits and melts the fat already accumulated in the body.

Find out about Cellulite and its friends: foods that create cellulite and How to get rid of cellulite: cardio workout is the answer.

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